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Somebody has mentioned a company called ATR? that chips the 911TT to 650 bhp. Anybody out there who could give me some further informations?

Not that I am not happy with the power as is.. but


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It's not possible to get that kind of gain from a chip alone. (ask me how I know.) That's about 170 hp over stock. To get 650 your going to have to do some mods to your Turbos, Intercoolers etc.. Then of course you can get 725 to 750 if you want..

As you know I have done the GIAC flash, GT2 plugs, Techart exhaust, BMC filter and lately the Cayenne Turbo throttle body. I haven't dyno'd the car but I would say it's putting out between 550 and 575.

A good flash will transform your car though. The first time you drive it you will laugh. (in a good way.) Your car will run better and stronger becuase you run 100 octane. All we have is the 93 crap..

Hope you are well. The Mini sounds cool..:rolleyes:

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Thanks Philip, comments noted.

Have been sent the below site by a freind


Have not had a chance to look at it in depth as to the available possibilities. Was interested in case somebody had it fitted. As have another year of extended warranty till June 2012, rather be a good boy till then as with sods law something is bound to go wrong.... By the way we are supposed to have 100 octane though I'm sure it should not be better than 95 at end of day.

Mini JCW is great fun, taking out the Porsche now only when the ride is worth it. Though always a pleasure to get behind the wheel.


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